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in the u.s. if you do business you need to give information. they have not done that. >> that is why he joined mike rogers to urge american businesses to steer clear. they believe if those companies get contracts, hackers or saboteurs could access critical information. >> the critic -- the public is not aware of how serious these attacks are. they could attack a major bank or a stock market. >> imagine not having access to your bank account. imagine hospitals having fluctuating power systems. >> an economist agrees but he cautions it will cost more to telecom work around the two chinese mega-corporations. >> we might be paying more for the work if it had not been done by a chinese firm. we want security but i would suspect many will want to pay the lower monthly bill. >> paying more will protect americans from the staggering losses hackers can exact. >> we have lost over $300 billion of trade secrets. we have had hackers, mostly china stealing information from our countries and getting trade secrets and losing jobs. >> their last reports denied any control by the chinese garment. a spok
is expected to be one of the costliest natural disasters in u.s. history, with estimates into the tens of billions of dollars. >> dangerous conditions remain up and down the east coast. the storm is still causing big headaches. the death toll has now reached it -- 50. the new york stock exchange will reopen for regular trading tomorrow after being shut down for two days because of santee. here in maryland, two people have died as a result of the storm. there was a report of a potential third death in print charges county, but officials now say that deadly car accident does not appear to be storm related. there are blizzard conditions in the western part of the state. tomorrow governor martin o'malley will tour one of the hardest-hit areas. team coverage of sandy's aftermath tonight with important information involving insurance claims. plus updated weather conditions. we began as sheldon dutes with more on tidal flooding. >> we are in fells point in this area has been prone to flooding, but we have not seen any that flooding tonight. we drove around all parts of fells point that are pr
the -- on the u.s. consulate in libya. with romney and the president dealt a leadership test. the that accused mitt romney of playing politics in the wake of the attack. -- the president accused mitt romney of trying politics in the wake of the attack. >> the debate has been scheduled with five candidates in the maryland senate race. is to do for public affairs and civic engagement -- the [unintelligible] for public affairs and civic engagement. they have all agreed to participate. the will all take part. >> for someone who is no stranger to presidential debates senses -- spent his evening in baltimore. president bill clinton spoke to a black audience -- a packed audience. >> the former president spoke to a sold-out crowd of more than two dozen people here at the meyerhof. topic touched on everything from global to domestic issues. no news crews were allowed inside the meyerhof for the event but our cameras were rolling as bill clinton entered the building from a loading dock entrance. the former u.s. president was in town for the baltimore speaker's serious, which features leaders in the arts
fallout from the u.s. -- from latest u.s. anti-doping inquiry. longtime sponsors including nike, oakland, radio shack, and others have ended their relationships with armstrong. last week, citing the controversy, the cancer survivor stepped down as chair of his wildly successful live strong foundation. he spoke at a fund-raising gala this week in austin. texted has been a difficult couple of weeks or meat, family, my friends, and this foundation. i get asked a lot, how are you doing? i say this every time, and i mean it. i say i have been better, but i have also been worse. >> armstrong has steadfastly denied using performance enhancing drugs and says he will continue to work closely with his cancer foundation. >> now, your insta-weather forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> an area of high pressure over the region produced at all day with temperatures not too far from normal. some signs of change coming in with the high cloud of to the west. a surge of warm air moves toward the atlantic and the warm front will pass by to the north. the temperatures will continue to climb f
like it will miss puerto rico and the continental u.s. raphael. we're getting way up there in the alphabet. not as cold tonight. southwest breeze. mostly sunny skies. south winds gusting as high as 25 not. into whether futurecast shows the rain starts to catch up with us on monday. here is the forecast. good football weather tomorrow. we will of a partly cloudy day tomorrow. rain chance on monday and again on friday. >> thank you, john. more on the orioles sensational season. plus, the ravens versus the dallas cowboys. that is next and sports. >> who will be the next power ball winner? take out your winning numbers -- it will be 5. $10,000 by adding power points when they could have won a $40,000. after that, we have 25. we will ran out the evening with 49. be winning -- the barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven... so let me tell you what i know: if question seven passes, my company's going to... bring table games, like blackjack and poker... right here to baltimore. a twenty-five million dollar investment... that'll create five hundred new jobs. all r
not reflect what a real recovery looks like. >> when i am president of the u.s., that unemployment rate is going to come down, not because people are giving up and dropping out of the workforce but because we are creating more jobs. i will get america working again. >> on twitter, some critics question the better than expected statistics right before the election? the former ge ceo wrote, "unbelievable jobs numbers. these chicago guys will do anything. the labor secretary said that her agency's data is credible and she stands by their work. an economist on the conspiracy theories. >> i think the chance that there's any intervention is really zero. >> there is only one more jobs report to go before the election. it comes four days before voters cast their ballots. >> political analysts point out that no president has been elected without plummet above 8% since the great depression. stocks struggle to a close on wall street giving up an early rally after the government announced unemployment numbers were better than expected. the dow jones closed up 25 points. would it be great if the bur
-threatening. there is no word yet on a possible suspect or motive. >> an active duty member of the u.s. navy was fatally shot last night in southwest baltimore. family members say that alonso gladden and his younger brother were unloading groceries for their grandmother when two men approached and someone opened fire before escaping in a dark vehicle. police have no motive or suspects at this time. family members described alonso as the smart one in the family who just had a promotion in the navy. they are understandably heartbroken. >> he made it out of the hood, did something good and came back to the united states for this? he did not deserve any of this at all. >> police are urging anyone with any information about this crime to call the homicide unit. metro crimestoppers is also offering a $2,000 reward. despite the frequency of reported crime recently, violent crime across the city is actually down so far this year compared to the past couple of years. sheldon dutes joins us live from federal hill without police are working to make the city even safer. >> as you mentioned, on a crime is down across the
to boston, thousands preparing for the worst as the category 1 storm beryl at the u.s. coastline and is already killed 58 people in the caribbean. good evening. >> several governors along the east coast including martin o'malley have declared states of emergency. they are urging coastal residents to move inland ahead of a potentially huge storm formed by the merging of hurricane sandy and a winter storm. people in fells point our gatherings sandbags but we begin with our media relatives. >> the latest updates about our storm, sandy is still a hurricane but a marginal one. category one. 75 mph winds. we can see on the radar rain coming out of the carolinas moving up the eastern shore. also the front out to the west. give us 48 hours and maybe there will be snow. the forecast tracks and ensembles show that new jersey or somewhere around there, will be the target for plan for further -- for landfall for the storm. it will be very big storm. not likely a hurricane by then. more like a noreaster. there are a number of warnings that have been issued that go into effect, not tonight, bu
bring closure to her family. >> the u.s. government is saving bank of america for a billion dollars. the justice department alleges the bank committed fraud by selling defective mortgages leading to more than $1 billion in losses for taxpayers in countless foreclosures. the mortgages were purchased by fannie mae and friday mac and started by mortgage lender countrywide financial. but continued after bank of america acquired countrywide in 2008. bankamerica issued a statement saying at some point, bankamerica cannot be expected to compensate every entity that claims losses that were actually caused by the economic downturn. each year, thousands of people have errors in their credit reports that could prevent them from getting a loan or even a job. now people who can i get the company to change those errors that negatively impact report have an additional place to go for help. >> she is a food service employee at a washington, d.c. high school. she would like to be out here among the ranks of food truck owners. the reason she is not is because she bought a bad -- got a bad credit repo
the baltimore county state's attorney nor the u.s. state attorney have executive protection. we asked the mayor's press secretary to explain the overtime bill for her executive protection unit and ask why that in has gotten bigger. he did not answer those questions but offered in part that the mayor and police officers often worked 14 of 16 hour days. you can read the whole statement on our website, wbaltv.com. >> going to the hospital can be quite traumatic for anyone, but especially for children. the patients who are feeling a little blue at children's hospital can get a little pick me up by checking out what is swimming in some blue waters. the lobbies are of added -- outfitted with a b flat screen tv showing the coral reef exhibit. they can take a trip to the aquarium without ever leaving. it is fun for the patients and also the staff. >> pitbull come out of the elevator and the stop and stare. kids love it, the staff loves it. all of the staff have named the fish after each other. >> the aquarium says it is working to make it available to the public as well. >> now, your insta-weather fore
u.s. flag. that is all from wind gusts today. now earlier today, as the wind and rain picked up, a lot of people were coming in and out of hotel. we ran into a couple who spent the last couple of days on their 38-foot sailboat. they said the wind noise and rough seas were just too much so they checked into a hotel. 5100 power outages in queen anne's county. speaking of roads, the bay bridge as we mentioned earlier today, closed this afternoon because of wind gusts up to 75 miles per hour. this evening, sustained winds of 80 miles praur were clocked on the bridge. 16 -- per hour were clocked on the bridge. 16 people seeked emergency shelter. the sheriff's office arrested a disorderly person and found drugs on them. everyone is bracing for a storm surge tomorrow, actually between midnight and down tomorrow. it could go anywhere from 4-5 feet and it is expected to cause a lot of trouble. >> thank you very much. thousands of people are now in the dark as the winds from sandy intensify. b.g.e. anticipated the storm would cause major outages. >> this is a look from earlier this evenin
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